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New research shows whole grains trump refined for heart health

New Australian research collating evidence from 25 individual studies of 2,295 participants worldwide has found that increasing whole grain consumption may improve some risk factors for cardiovascular disease (CVD). Published in the world’s most read scientific nutrition journal, the Journal of the American Academy of Nutrition & Dietetics1, the findings suggest that although whole grain … Continue reading

The beauty of brown rice

Recent findings suggest it may reduce diabetes risk Brown rice may be something you have never tried or wouldn’t typically buy; it may also receive a few crinkled noses from the kids. But that tiny brown grain of rice might do more for you and your family’s health than you imagine. Wholegrain brown rice has … Continue reading

Awesome oats

Beyond cholesterol lowering Don’t wait for a cold winter’s day to reap the health benefits of oats. New evidence suggests there may be more to oats than cholesterol lowering, with recent research revealing special compounds in oats may help protect against heart attached by reducing inflammation and blockages in blood vessels, and initial investigations have found … Continue reading

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